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Easy tips to grow Basil | Naturebring

Easy tips to grow Basil | Naturebring Planting, Growing, and Harvesting basil About Basil (Tulsi): Basil is also called the Great Basil or Saint-Joseph’s-wort. It is a culinary herb. This herb is called the king of herb and the royal herb. Basil is a leafy shrub whose annuity has a different scent. There are many kinds of basil, Sweet basil, …

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11 Small Space Gardening Tips

11 Small Space Gardening Tips Written by: Sneha                  Date: 20/10/ 2016 Nowadays, people, have lack of land people live in cities.  A little information can prepare very nice small space garden. If you are fond of the garden so we refrain from greed on worry about the place. Here we give 11 small …

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Dimension to your garden by Hanging Basket

Dimension to your garden by Hanging Basket By: Sneha                                                       Date: 10/10/2016 Planting hanging baskets, flower pouches and containers Hanging basket is a whole new dimension to your garden. By adding it to your …

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Herbal plants that prevent from Diabetes | Nature Bring

Herbs to treat and Prevent Diabetes 1.Jambhul (Jamun) Yzygium cumini, known as jamun, jambul jambolan, jablang. The species are across the India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia. This is an evergreen tropical tree. Some species developed very rapidly and its height can be up to 30 meters. Plants can survive its 100 years.   Berries tree flowers in …

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Growing Guava in container | Easy tips by Nature Bing

Growing Guava in container | Easy tips by Nature Bing Written by: Sneha                                             Date: 05/10/2017 Guava is tropical fruit, its cultivation In tropical and sub-tropical areas, there is abundance. In the ground, this tree goes up to a …

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How to grow Adenium | The highlight of your garden

How to grow Adenium | The highlight of your garden know about Adenium  Adenium is the genus of flowering plants in the Apocynum family; it is native to the Arabian Peninsula. it’s also known as Desert Rose. Adenium is a succulent plant. They are mostly found in Taiwan, India, Thailand, Arabia, Vietnam, Philippines, and in Africa, but nowadays it is …

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How to grow Popular herbs plant Mint | Grow and care tips

How to grow Popular herbs plant Mint | Grow and care About Mint: If you are fond of eating tasty and to enhance the flavor of mint leaf in your food and tea, and you buy from the market. Don’t buy from the market you can grow easily in your home patio or container. Herbs plant mint grows very quickly. You can …

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9 MOSQUITO REPELLENT PLANTS

9 MOSQUITO REPELLENT PLANTS Some plants have their natural sweet smell to the repellent insect. Which keep annoying mosquitoes away. Lavender That lavender is a gorgeous purple flowering plant with a calming scent. But that it is also a natural mosquito repellent? Grow it indoors near a sunny window, or outside in your garden to keep the bugs away. Lemon …

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How to grow and care Feverfew herb | Nature Bring

How to grow and care Feverfew herb | Nature Bring About Feverfew Herbs: Feverfew, also known as altamisa or febrifuge plant, is a short traditional medicinal herb that is commonly used to prevent migraine headaches. It is also used to treat arthritis, asthma, constipation, dermatitis, earache, fever, in particular, headache and inflammatory conditions among others. Wikipedia  What is Feverfew? Feverfew …

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How to grow your own Ginger | Nature Bring

How to grow your own Ginger Ginger is a flowering plant, ginger root is widely used as a spice or a traditional medicine. It is a very powerful herb. Fresh roots are used to enhance the flavor of the dishes. Tea made from this is very beneficial for health. The height of the plant is approximately 3 feet. Its dry roots are used to make medicines. It can be …

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